What Is Ion Exchange Chromatography Resin

- Oct 09, 2019-

Ion-exchange chromatography resin of styrene-divinylbenzene matrices in the sulfate form have been reported for the separation of the simple disaccharides using eluents of 80–90% ethanol in water.

Rapid and efficient separation of simple and complex carbohydrates by high performance Ion-exchange chromatography resin  is obtained using a quarternized alkylamine sorbent made of chemically modified nonporous and monodisperse highly cross-linked styrene copolymerparticles having a diameter of 2.5 μm and a surface area of 3 m2 g−1. In this technique there are many advantages of using short columns instead of those currently used in high performance anion-exchange chromatography in terms of separation time.

On the other hand, Ion exchange chromatography resin in the lithium form have been used for similar analyses using 90% ethanol in water eluents. The use of 4 and 8% cross-linked cation-exchange resins in the calcium or silverform have been used to provide a rapid separation of oligosaccharides. It is possible to obtain a total analysis of material applied to the column and the use of water as the only eluent

Ion exchange chromatography resin